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TermDefinition
FACERE, FACTUM (FAC) to make; to do
Discomfit to embarrass and confuse
Edification an improvement or enlightenment
Malfeasance misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
Surfeit the condition of being too full; an overabundance
OPUS, OPERIS (OPUS) work
OPS, OPIS (OPUS) wealth; power; resource
Magnum Opus the greatest work of an artist, writer, or composer
Modus Operandi a specific manner of working
Opulent possessing or exhibiting great wealth; affluent
ERGON (ERG) work
Synergy the power that results from the combination of two or more forces
Liturgy a pattern of prayer or worship
Lethargy a state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy
LABOR (LABOR) work
Laborious requiring mental or physical effort
Belabor to discuss in too much detail
Elaborate to explain in great detail
STARE, STANTUM (STA,STI) to stand; to stay
Stanch to stop the flow of
Staunch firm and steadfast
Extant still in existence; not destroyed
Restive resisting authority; difficult to control (restless; fidgety)
PONERE, POSITUM (POS) to put, plus
Apropos with regard to
Depose to remove from office or power
STATOS (STATS,STAT) standing
Static having no motion or change
Ecstasy an intense joy or delight
Stasis a condition in which there is no change
ESSE (ENT,ESS) to be
Entity a being
Essence the most important ingredient; the crucial element
Quintessential the most typical, ideal, or important
VIRIDUS (VERD,VIRID) green
Verdure greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation
Verdant green; lush with vegetation
Viridity a lack of experience; an innocence
CANDIDUS (CAND) white, pure
CANDERE, CANDITUM (CAND) to glow; to burn
Candid open and sincere
Candor a frankness or sincerity of expression; an openness
Incandescent shining brilliantly
PALLERE (PALL) to be pale
Pallor an extreme or unnatural palemess
Pallid lacking color; dull
Appall to fill with horror or disapproval
LIVIDUS (LIVID) bluish-black
Livid enraged; furious
NIGER (NIGR) black
Denigrate to attack the character of; to mock
PECCARE, PECCATUM (PEC to sin; to be flawed
Peccadillo a small sin or fault
Impeccable having no flaws
Peccant violating a moral law; sinful
PEJOR (PEJ,PAIR) worse
Pejorative negative and critical; insulting
Impair to cause to diminish in strength, value, or quality
MALUS (MAL) bad
Malign to speak of maliciously; to insult
Malinger to pretend to be sick in order to avoid something
Malaise a sense of unease; depression
NEGARE, NEGATUM (NEG) to deny
NEGLEGERE (NEG) to neglect
Negligent not properly attentive
Negligible unimportant; insignificant
Negate to cancel the effect of; to nullify
Created by: sarah23me1
 

 



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